Tyree honors black history at UNCG

In celebration of Black History Month, Omar Tyree gave college students something more to hold onto, other than the usual drama of an African-American novel, with his speech “Pop culture vs. Intellectual culture” at UNCG.

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Al-Bashir worships by way of satellite

DETROIT -In a show of Islamic and black unity, members of the Nation of Islam and other Muslims prayed together and preached a message of solidarity on the first day of the Nation’s annual convention in Detroit.The gathering featured a talk via satellite by the controversial President of Sudan, Omar Al-Bashir.

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Fake Fraternalism

I was absolutely thrilled to read Dominic Hunter’s column on the Kappa Alpha Psi hazing case (read left), mainly because it’s so rare that you get an opportunity for insight into the warped and illogical thought processes that make hazing such an insidious part of the African American fraternal experience.

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HOME SCHOOLED

Rob Johnson and Tavarus Alston were born and raised right here in Greensboro and are fresh off their first tour of duty in the MEAC. The only freshmen on the Aggies teamare looking forward to their first MEAC tournament and bigger roles with the team next season.

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